Creating Impact: the four pillars of private psychology practice, is a comprehensive guide to an integrated pathway to success for all practices and practitioners regardless of size. The book is a collaboration between five experienced private practice psychologists each with different perspectives on the challenges and opportunities in private mental health practice. It offers medium and longer-term thinking and concrete solutions to the change management required in private health care today and in the future.
By Kaye Frankcom, Daryl Chow, RaeLynn Alvarez Wicklein, Nathan Castle, Aaron Frost
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About the Book
Private psychology practices are trusted by governments and their communities to deliver psychology services. But we are desperately underpowered in our approach to what is required.
There are multiple challenges facing us within our practices and externally, including demands for services, system reforms, workforce issues, clinical governance shortfalls and financial sustainability pressures. There has been no clear advice on a model that will carry you through this landscape, until now.
“Creating Impact: The four pillars of private psychology practice”, is a comprehensive guide to building the psychology practice of your dreams in a complex, volatile and uncertain future.
Creating Impact delivers an integrated pathway to success for all practices and practitioners regardless of size. If you want to build a successful psychology practice and if you have more years ahead in our profession than you have already undertaken, then Creating Impact is for you.
- The reason for this book.
- Post-traumatic growth: shattering the orthodoxies of
mental health practice. Kaye Frankcom
- Meet the authors: five different histories and
perspectives on the challenges and opportunities in
private mental health practice.
- Pillar 1: Client-focused: Treatment and the Therapeutic
Relationship. RaeLynn Alvarez Wicklein
- Pillar 2: Therapist-focused: Supervision and Deliberate
Practice. Daryl Chow
- Practical Ways to do Deliberate Practice. Nathan Castle
- Pillar 3: Practice-focused: Evidence-based practice,
client retention, and a continuous improvement.
- Pillar 4: Business-focused excellence: What makes it all
work? Aaron Frost and Kaye Frankcom
- Evaluating your own practice as a clinical and business
strategy. Nathan Castle
- Digital Health: The era of disruption. Aaron Frost
- Implementing a culture of feedback: Three case studies.
RaeLynn Alvarez Wicklein and Kaye Frankcom
- Creating impact through leadership. Kaye Frankcom
- Reimagining Psychotherapy Education and Training.
Kaye is a highly accomplished businesswoman, and leader in the health sector. She is an endorsed clinical and counselling psychologist, consultant and business coach to psychologists, in-demand speaker and trainer and has held national roles in psychology regulation and professional standards. She built a successful group psychology practice in Williamstown, Victoria which she sold in 2018. She is the lead author of Fit to Practice: Everything you wanted to know about starting your own psychology practice in Australia but were afraid to ask (co-authors Professor Bruce Stevens and Dr Phil Watts. Published November 2016). She is an accredited trainer with the International Centre for Clinical Excellence (ICCE) and offers training and consultancy/coaching services to private practices and NFPs implementing FIT and Deliberate Practice initiatives. She is an approved supervisor and helped establish the supervisor training program at the APS Institute. She has facilitated Master Classes for Supervisors for over 8 years for the APSI. She has supervised hundreds of psychologists, social workers, and family therapists over 30+ years. She has an appointment as an Associate Professor of Psychology at Deakin University, Victoria, Australia.
Her online course on setting up and scaling up a private psychology practice is available here https://kayefrankcom.com/online-course/
Daryl is a practicing psychologist and trainer. Daryl and colleagues published the first empirical study on deliberate practice in psychotherapy.
His books include:
- The Write to Recovery: Personal Stories & Lessons About Recovery (now available for free);
- The First Kiss: Undoing the Intake Model and Igniting First Sessions in Psychotherapy and
- Better Results: Using Deliberate Practice to Improve Therapeutic Effectiveness
Daryl’s website and podcast Frontiers of Psychotherapist Development (FPD) aims to inspire and sustain practitioner’s professional and personal development. This includes his newsletter that comes with five handpicked recommendations each week, called Frontiers Friday.
Originally from Singapore, he now maintains a private practice and lives with his wife and kids in Western Australia.
For more information, visit darylchow.com
RaeLynn Alvarez Wicklein
RaeLynn is Texan-born and proudly Latina with 20+ years in Australia as a Clinical and Counselling Psychologist and supervisor who has a private practice and a consulting business in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. In 2017, she was awarded the APS Elaine Dignan Award for her work furthering the lives of women and girls in research, supervision, education, and training. She is a mother to two boys who speaks the languages of Roblox, dogs, and the NBA, and is a partner to her husband, who she finds is the embodiment of grounding when all else is chaos.
Nathan is a Clinical Psychologist with a special interest in the intersection between Value Based Healthcare, Feedback Informed Treatment and Deliberate Practice. He provides coaching internationally, implements data-driven strategies into organisations and runs his own outcome-based practice which publishes its results every two years.
Nathan is a certified coach for the Deliberate Practice Institute and is a member of their Governance Committee. He also holds a role as Chief Science and Evaluation Officer at NovoPsych.
What Readers Are Saying
Just starting out? This is essential reading. Struggling to keep up? Creating Impact will tell you why and offer concrete solutions. Hoping to thrive? You will learn how in a step-by-step, evidence-based way. And no, it’s utility is not limited to those in private practice! Wherever you are in your career, tapping into the knowledge and experience of these authors is sure to have an impact!
Scott D. Miller, Ph.D
Director, International Center for Clinical Excellence
A refreshing read… great practical solutions covering up-to-date research… loved the 4 pillars! An essential read for any psychologist in private practice… big, small, or solo with easy-to-understand concepts from the best in their fields in Australia today.
Duane Smith, Counselling Psychologist
Clinical Director, The Henry Street Centre, STREAM
Dr. Brendan Meagher
former national chair Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychologists
Director, Market Savvy, Private Practice Marketing
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